's 26th gold of the games with victory in the men's 200-meter K-1 final.
And he was mightily impressed.
"He's pretty quick, isn't he?" Cameron told a small group of reporters. "Obviously it's not only just physically very challenging but technically, you can see. When I get into a kayak there is quite a lot of splashing.
"It was fantastic, we're striking gold again."
The venue in Windsor is owned by Cameron's old school, Eton.
"It's lovely to come and see it for myself," he said, accompanied by his wife, Samantha, and three children. "Haven't been before, I wish I'd come last Saturday for that amazing day (when Britain beat Australia to gold in the men's four in rowing), but it was my day to look after the children."
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